We examine a selection of objects observed by TESS or Kepler and compare the periods found using that data to ground based data to verify their periods. This allows us to confirm the ability of TESS’s 30 minute cadence to classify delta scuti variables. We then examine stars using only data from the TESS satellite. We find that TESS can classify short periods pulsations for monoperiodic delta scuti stars. We also present a multi periodic object and discuss differences and difficulties in examining it over monoperiodic objects.